great article focusing on this article by Kelly Shue
"The difference in pay between different sections was larger than the difference within different sections. Remember that these sections were randomly created. So Shue's finding means that human networks were a very important determinant of pay levels. She also found that when one executive's industry experienced a boom, the compensation of that executive's former HBS section-mates in totally unrelated industries would go up as well. "
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